Skip to main content

Brethren Digital Archives

The Mission of the Brethren Digital Archives is to digitize some or all of the periodicals produced from the beginning of publication to the year 2000 by each of the Brethren bodies who trace their origin to the baptism near Schwarzenau, Germany in 1708.

868
RESULTS
rss


PART OF
American Libraries
Media Type
9
collections
838
texts
15
audio
6
movies
Topics & Subjects
118
Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
94
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Pennsylvania
94
Elizabethtown (Pa.) -- Newspapers
94
Elizabethtown College -- Newspapers
85
Dunkard Brethren--Periodicals
83
Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
More right-solid
Collection
868
American Libraries
868
Brethren Digital Archives
252
Elizabethtown College
178
BHLA
146
Brethren Heritage Center
96
Grace College Seminary
More right-solid
Creator
192
elizabethtown college
45
brethren church, ashland, ohio
44
leslie e. cover 1934-
26
editor: milton carl cook 1943-
22
frantz, edward, 1868-1962
22
turner, charles w.
More right-solid
Language
828
English
13
German
1
Handwritten English
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Published
Creator
BHLA
collection
178
ITEMS
270,735
VIEWS
collection
eye 270,735
The Brethren Historical Library and Archives is the official repository for Church of the Brethren publications and records. Its purpose is to keep alive the Brethren faith heritage by collecting and preserving materials relating to the cultural, socio-economic, theological, genealogical, and institutional history of the Brethren.
Elizabethtown College
collection
252
ITEMS
198,277
VIEWS
by Elizabethtown College
collection
eye 198,277
Books made available by Elizabethtown College
Grace College Seminary
collection
96
ITEMS
159,998
VIEWS
collection
eye 159,998
Founded in 1939, the Morgan Library contains more than 150,000 volumes which are classified in the Library of Congress classification system. Special Collections include the Papers of the American Evangelist William A. "Billy" Sunday, as well as archives of the Winona Lake Bible Conference, Grace College and Seminary, and various Grace Brethren agencies.
Brethren Heritage Center
collection
146
ITEMS
123,913
VIEWS
collection
eye 123,913
The Brethren Heritage Center, located in Brookville, Ohio, is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving historical and current information concerning the various Brethren bodies which have a rich heritage dating to 1708 in Schwarzenau, Germany. The Brethren bodies involved with the Brethren Heritage Center are: Church of the Brethren, Conservative Grace Brethren International, Dunkard Brethren, Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, German Baptist Brethren, Old Brethren, Old Brethren...
Bridgewater College
collection
81
ITEMS
103,840
VIEWS
collection
eye 103,840
Bridgewater College’s Alexander Mack Memorial Library Special Collections is committed to providing first-hand access to historical materials for Bridgewater students, faculty and independent researchers. Special Collections includes published and non-published archival resources in the areas of: * Bridgewater College * Church of the Brethren * Virginia, Shenandoah Valley, and Rockingham County history * Genealogy Access to these collections is by appointment only. Contact Stephanie Gardner,...
collection
eye 91,666
The Manchester University Brethren Historical Collection contains the records of the Church of the Brethren in Indiana, monographs published by Brethren Press in Elgin, IL, and other church records, bibles, hymnals, genealogical material, and periodicals of interest to the Brethren. The Brethren issued almanacs in this digital collection include astronomical advice about seasonal activities, as well as the names and addresses of ministers, historical information, biographies of Brethren...
Ashland University Archives
collection
45
ITEMS
75,281
VIEWS
collection
eye 75,281
Ashland University Archives is located on the 7th floor of the University Library building on the Ashland University campus in Ashland, Ohio. The purpose of the Ashland University Archives is to collect, organize, preserve, index, and make available for research use various types of records and materials related to the Ashbrook Center and Ashland University. The primary mission of the archival program located at Ashland University is to aggressively acquire, preserve and make accessible to...
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
collection
16
ITEMS
35,141
VIEWS
collection
eye 35,141
Juniata College is blessed with an unusually strong collection of manuscripts and rare books. The collection is rated among the top six German-American research repositories in the nation.
Bethany Theological Seminary
collection
3
ITEMS
21,345
VIEWS
collection
eye 21,345
Bethany Theological Seminary equips spiritual and intellectual leaders with an Incarnational education for ministering, proclaiming, and living out God's shalom and Christ's peace in the church and world. Students and faculty from Bethany rely on and contribute to the Lilly Library of Earlham College. Lilly Library contains approximately 400,000 volumes and serves students and faculty at Earlham College, Bethany Theological Seminary, and Earlham School of Religion. Roughly 1,000 of these items...
Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 11,288
favorite 3
comment 0
"Biographies": p. [303]-570
Topic: Church of the Brethren. Districts. Western Pennsylvania
Elizabethtown College
by Clare, Israel Smith, 1847-1924.; Lyle, Anna, ed
texts
eye 10,025
favorite 4
comment 0
Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 6,670
favorite 3
comment 0
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 5,845
favorite 0
comment 0
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Topic: Theology--Periodicals
BHLA
by Farrar, Fletcher
texts
eye 5,684
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 5,456
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 5,159
favorite 2
comment 0
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 5,148
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 5,036
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 4,905
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Farrar, Fletcher
texts
eye 4,816
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Farrar, Fletcher
texts
eye 4,410
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 4,366
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald is the denominational jounal of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. It's intent is to provide information about foreign and home missions for the denomination.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 4,256
favorite 1
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 4,081
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
texts
eye 3,942
favorite 0
comment 0
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Elizabethtown College
by Richards, Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, 1848-1935
texts
eye 3,940
favorite 4
comment 0
Topic: Pennsylvania Dutch
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,858
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 3,638
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,553
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,549
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Royer, Howard E., 1930-
texts
eye 3,511
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,397
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 3,328
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,277
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
by Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 3,266
favorite 0
comment 0
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Topic: Elizabethtown College yearbook
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 3,233
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 3,196
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 3,130
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
BHLA
by Royer, Howard E., 1930-
texts
eye 3,127
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 3,041
favorite 0
comment 0
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 3,013
favorite 0
comment 0
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Topic: Theology--Periodicals
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 2,943
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
by Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 2,929
favorite 0
comment 0
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Topic: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 2,859
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,846
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
by Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 2,824
favorite 0
comment 0
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Topic: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Ashland University Archives
by Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio
texts
eye 2,801
favorite 0
comment 0
Topic: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Bridgewater College
by Eshelman, M.M.; Harrison, S.J.; Stein, J.W.; Moore, John H.
texts
eye 2,783
favorite 0
comment 0
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
texts
eye 2,779
favorite 0
comment 0
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,750
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Ashland University Archives
by Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio
texts
eye 2,746
favorite 0
comment 0
Topic: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
texts
eye 2,714
favorite 0
comment 0
The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Source: folio
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,689
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 2,676
favorite 0
comment 0
Grace Theological Journal is a publication of Grace Theological Seminary and contains articles of theological interest, the majority of which are written by the faculty of the Seminary.
Topics: Theology--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Royer, Howard E., 1930-
texts
eye 2,658
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,611
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,580
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
texts
eye 2,537
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
by Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 2,527
favorite 0
comment 0
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Topic: Elizabethtown College yearbook
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 2,525
favorite 0
comment 0
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 2,520
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Royer, Howard E., 1930-
texts
eye 2,520
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 2,518
favorite 0
comment 0
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 2,464
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
BHLA
by Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
texts
eye 2,450
favorite 0
comment 0
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Grace College Seminary
texts
eye 2,441
favorite 0
comment 0
The Brethren Missionary Herald is the denominational jounal of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. It's intent is to provide information about foreign and home missions for the denomination.
Topics: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals, Fellowship of Grace Brethren...
Ashland University Archives
by Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio
texts
eye 2,438
favorite 0
comment 0
Topic: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Manchester University Archives and Brethren Historical Collection
by Benshoff, William St. Clair, 1914-1991
texts
eye 2,390
favorite 0
comment 0
missing no. 46 (Conference Minutes of the Brethren Church)
Topic: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Ashland University Archives
by Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio
texts
eye 2,315
favorite 0
comment 0
Topic: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Elizabethtown College
by Elizabethtown College
texts
eye 2,282
favorite 0
comment 0
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Topic: Elizabethtown College yearbook